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Hunter Wind-Clik Wired Sprinkler Wind Sensor

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Hunter Wind-Clik Wired Sprinkler Wind Sensor

Look at any sprinkler's performance chart and you'll see that the data was gathered from tests conducted under zero wind conditions. Of course, in the real world, not every day is a calm one. And, while most sprinklers can still perform close to peak efficiency with some type of breeze, when air movement starts to get stronger, water coverage can become challenging. It can even become a liability issue when windblown sprinklers soak pedestrian paths or roadways. The Hunter Wind-Clik saves water and enhances system efficiency by shutting off irrigation during high wind conditions. Once conditions have improved, Wind Clik resets the system and resumes irrigation.

Hunter Wind-Clik Wires Sprinkler Wind Sensor

Product Details

  • Adjusts to activate and reset at various wind speeds
  • Two types of operation: normally open or normally closed wiring
  • Warranty period: 5 years
  • Works with fountain systems to eliminate overspray in windy conditions
  • Switch rating: 24 VAC, 5 A maximum Wind speed adjustment: Actuation speed: 12 to 35 mph, Reset speed: 8 to 24 mph
  • Mounts: Slip fits over 2" PVC pipe or attaches to 1/2 " conduit with adapter (supplied with unit)
Brand:
Hunter
Weight:
0.7000
Sensor Material:
Plastic
Type:
Wind Sensor
Material:
Plastic
Sensor Connection:
Wired
Wind:
Yes
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It's windy here. It's a "got to have" device.
H A on Jun 13, 2018
It's windy here. It's a "got to have" device.
H A on Jun 13, 2018
I am looking for a way to shut off a large pump (2200 gph, 120v) of a water feature, when it gets windy. Is there a way that this device could be adapted to turn off a 120v appliance?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2013
Please could you tell me if this for 120 volt and or 240 irrigation pumps?

Thank You,

Geoff
Geoff D on Mar 14, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The wind click is intended to switch low current to a sensor input or slightly higher current to a solenoid coil. I would not use it to switch the current for a pump motor because the contacts and wiring will likely fail. To switch a pump motor, use a relay or contactor that is rated for the amperage of your motor. I see that Hunter offers a non-standard wiring package. This may show you how to wire it to do what you need. It can certainly do what you want but will need some inexpensive additional parts to do it right.

I use my wind clik to switch a 24V dc signal to a controller that closes my greenhouse vents when the signal is switched by high winds.

Tony
Will this work for a fountain ?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It should however it is not very responsive to breezes. I am disappointed in the sensitivity
I have to operate a pump when less than 20 mph wind and shut down the same pump when the wind over 20 mph. Would this device work?
Gerald M on May 11, 2016
If I manually turn the wind vanes to shut the pump/valve off, how long before the pump/valve should turn back on in calm conditions? My unit does not easily rotate back to on position in calm conditions.
ChadM on Dec 24, 2012